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kayllastudio  
#1 Posted : Monday, August 20, 2012 10:57:31 AM(UTC)
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hi Martin, ...
I am interested in vMix because it is a perfect software.
I was browsing on the internet there is a PCI DVR Card for CCTV 4ch. "Home Page".
The question is, whether the DVR PCI card can be used on vMix?
For in Features, can record 4 cameras at once.

Thanks,
Regards ...
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ELCHAPIN on 8/22/2012(UTC)
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 21, 2012 6:21:54 AM(UTC)
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NO FUNCIONA , NO LO RECONOCE
Checate este KINK <<<<
Easy pero inreconocibles . . . .
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These types of cards are inreconocibles, they only work the high prices, maybe martin
can do that are recognized as necessary work perfectly.
Vmix but not recognized neither these nor other.
Martin please
with all the good deeds you could change them to work.
May recognize Vmix 2012
Thank you.

P.S.
Not everyone needs high difinicion in Video
Just the basics

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Este tipo de tarjetas son inreconocibles , lamentablemente solo funcionan las de precios altos , quizas martin
pueda hacer que sean reconocidas , funcionan perfectamente en calidad necesaria .
pero Vmix no las reconoce ni estas ni otras .
por favor Martin
con todos los buenos cambios hechos podrias hacerlas trabajar .
Podra reconocerlas Vmix 2012
Gracias .

P.D.
No todos necesitamos alta difinicion en el Video
solo lo basico
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, August 21, 2012 8:48:46 AM(UTC)
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Unfortunately, the drivers for these devices usually do not provide the minimum features necessary for use with a video mixing application.
The drivers also tend to be poorly designed on these cheaper cards and are prone to crashing.

The following cards should work ok:

http://www.webcam123.com/en/vc440e.html
http://store.bluecherry.net/tw-220-8-port-video-capture-card-240fps-realtime-recording-pcie-windows-64bit-support%21.html
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ELCHAPIN on 8/22/2012(UTC), kayllastudio on 8/24/2012(UTC)
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, August 22, 2012 8:32:17 AM(UTC)
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Lastima , lamentable que no trabajan , estas tarjetas
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kayllastudio on 8/24/2012(UTC)
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, August 22, 2012 3:35:47 PM(UTC)
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Avoid buying the TW-220 - 8 port video capture card (240FPS).
I bought this card. The video is not smooth. Every few seconds, the video will skip a few frames.

Imho, better get the VC440e as it has four video processors.
Altough it is more expensive.
I don't not have the VC440e. Therefore, please check if they have a money back guarantee.
Double check for Win7 64-bit driver.
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kayllastudio on 8/24/2012(UTC)
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, April 3, 2013 1:49:04 AM(UTC)
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admin wrote:
Unfortunately, the drivers for these devices usually do not provide the minimum features necessary for use with a video mixing application.
The drivers also tend to be poorly designed on these cheaper cards and are prone to crashing.

The following cards should work ok:

http://www.webcam123.com/en/vc440e.html
http://store.bluecherry.net/tw-220-8-port-video-capture-card-240fps-realtime-recording-pcie-windows-64bit-support%21.html


Hi, I saw the query you make in relation to the four channel DVR cards and I can tell you if they work, I must say that at first I had the same problem was that vMix not recognize them but look online and discovered that the driver actually which supplies the brand does not work for vMix and to make it work is to change the driver, this is done by installing the "Active web cam" at startup and will leave that found devices if you want to install them and then just tell him if and vMix recognizes ready. This is possible with the chipset conexsant are very common in this type of card, bring not all but most if it is advisable to look if the card you purchase will bring. I use these cards and work very well, is an economical and functional, working at 720 x 480 29.97 fps NTSC quality is good, the brand I use are "Peak 2000" There is a camera and 4 cameras in pci and pcie I leave a link for you to see.
http://www.comvision.org...ductos-cctv.htm#tarjetas
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